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Thread: Gravel Pit, Weybridge, Surrey - July 2013

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    Default Gravel Pit, Weybridge, Surrey - July 2013


    (This is my first report, hope it's up to standard.)

    This gravel pit was active until about five years ago. Main interest is the gravel sorting equipment and some workshops and storage areas. Most of the interior spaces are quite cramped but did my best to give a sense of it.


















    Gravel Separating Machinery






















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    Nice first report. Can almost smell the [lace, they all smell the same places like that! :P
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    Enjoyed your pics ty .
    If you want to set foot where no man has ever been then leave the map behind !!
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    That was worth the visit, all the machinery nice.

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    Nice one!.

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    Great first report Lozzz, like it Welcome to DP!
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    Good stuff there :-)

    Enjoyed that report, cheers.....
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    Great first report and a worthy place to see.

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    Very nice. Might have to pay a visit myself as its quite local. Thanks for posting.
    Old enough to know better

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